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Our aim is to (1) describe how inspection and test plans (ITP’s) are currently used, (2) describe how the in-field data are being lost and why, (3) Provide the audience with a new way forward.
An overview and possible methods to capture the full potential of digital technologies for corrosion and integrity management with a focus on upstream pipelines. Considering current industry offerings but also potential new technologies.
This recommended practice provides guidelines which are applicable to most situations in which corrosion products are to be collected and analyzed. Historical document 1973
Format for data collection of computerized corrosion databases. Diverse sources. Metals and nonmetals. Various forms of corrosion. Compatibility. Search strategies. Historical Document 1990
Comprehensive and portable data format for Close Interval Surveys (CIS) including 1) standard current-applied. 2) on/off. 3) instant-off. 4) side-drain readings. 5) electric field gradient. Historical Document 1997